The Ultimate Trail Bike Adventure through North Queensland

Experience the ultimate Trail Bike Ride on this seven day, Cairns, to Cape York  Dirt Bike Adventure. A Trip to the Tip of Australia still ranks high as the great Australian dirt bike adventure.

We are covering a distance of approximately 1,400km riding around 260km per day from Cairns to Cape York and the Tip of Australia.

You are riding through exclusive private property, the infamous “Creb Track”, Cape Flattery Sand Dunes along with River and Creek crossings.

The action on the Telegraph track never lets up.

This 7 Day Cape York Dirt Bike Adventure of dirt riding delights has it all.  Riding the best trails Cape York has to offer.

Add to this awesome scenery, Australian wildlife, great food, camping under the starry skies and a chance to go fishing.


Over 1400 k’s of Trail Bike riding at its best!


Day 1 – Cairns to Lions Den Hotel

We pick you up from your accommodation in Cairns and head up the Kuranda Range to NQTBA Headquarters for meet and greet and safety briefing, gear up and jump on your bikes heading straight out onto dirt trails linking up with Black Mountain Road through lush rainforest trails heading North to the Daintree River Village for lunch then cross the Daintree River to enter the famous CREB Track and/or the Bloomfield track taking in the sights of the beautiful Bloomfield River waterfalls with countless creek crossings and mountainous tracks arriving at Lions Den. Hot showers and cold beers await you – life is good! No mobile phone service.

Day 2 – Lions Den  to Lakefield NP (Rinyirru)

Depart Homerule at 8ish and head to Cooktown passing the strange and wonderul rock/boulder mountain called “Black Mountain” and onto the Stare Track which is full of great challenges, sandy sections and many creek crossing to really put your skills to use. You will notice the scenery change to Savannah Grasslands as we come to Kalpowar Crossing where we camp again under the stars and you have a fish if you want and spot a Croc. Showers, toilets, no mobile phone coverage.

Day 3 – Lakefield NP to Archer River

Depart Kalpowar at 8ish by a track that will involve less frequented roads and tight sandy tracks with a few more creek crossings before meeting up with the support vehicle for refuel before you venture on more exciting trails and tracks taking you into Coen, then onto Archer River. Hot showers, toilets, no mobile phone coverage, a chance to recharge all your goPro’s, computers, cameras, mobile phones etc.,

Day 4 – Archer River to Moreton Telegraph Station

Depart Archer River heading on yet again more fabulous trails and tracks keeping you off the Peninsula Developmental Road arriving at Moreton Telegraph Station which is located on the lower Wenlock River where you can have a fish for Barra at Mike’s Barra hole if you feel up to it. Hot showers, toilets, no mobile phone coverage, pay phone box, laundry facilities.

Day 5 – Moreton Telegraph Station to Seisa, via the Full length of the old Telegraph track

Our most challenging day!

We depart Moreton to ride the full length of the Old Telegraph Track with many sandstone river crossings, crystal clear streams and sandy trails of fun and challenges.The Old Telegraph Track is by far one of the most iconic destinations that every trail riding enthusiast wants to ride. Some companies will short cut this track at Fruit Bat Falls to rush you up to the Tip that same day.At North Queensland Trail Bike Adventures. you will enjoy riding the full length of the Old Telegraph Track and riding to the Tip of Cape York and pristine beachs and side tracks the following day. We will stop in the beautiful Fruit Bat Falls for lunch, refuel and a well deserved swim in natures own specially designed swimming pool which is super picturesque and a very popular spot for all travelling to the tip of Australia. After leaving Fruit Bat Falls our guides take you to another stunning swimming hole, Elliot/Twin Falls then its time to head on the remainder of the Telegraph Track to the Jardine River Ferry then continue on towards Bamaga and Seisa stopping at some historic WW2 aircraft crash sites then to our oceanfront camp at Seisia, where you can enjoy the amazing sunsets and the aqua blue shades of the ocean and revel in all its beauty. Hot showers, toilets, mobile phone coverage, laundry facilities.

Day 6 – Cape York Exploring the tip and 5 Beaches Ride

Back on the bikes for your final days ride to venture through tropical rainforest that twists and turns till the very end of the tip then the last 200m is covered by foot over rocky escarpment to the most Norther Tip of mainland Australia. It’s time to cheer “we’ve made it!” and shake hands etc. After the tip we head out to Sommerset and do our awesome 5 beaches ride where the ocean and rocky headland scenery is spectacular and wild. Back to camp in the afternoon for final pack up and shower before catching the 4:30pm flight back arriving into Cairns at 6:30pm.


  • Hire of New season Suzuki DRZ400E dirt bikes
  • Fully experienced and knowledgeable guides, lead and sweep rider
  • Fully supported vehicle
  • All fuel
  • Meals on tour
  • Trail side snacks
  • Fishing if desired
  • Flights one way from Bamaga to Cairns
  • Permits, entry fees and ferry crossing fees
  • Memories of a lifetime

What to bring

  • Your Motorcycle License (Motorcycles Learners is suffice)
  • Riding gear (Hire gear is available for $250)
  • Sleeping bag, pillow and personal fitted mattress sheet
  • Personal clothes and items
  • Hydration backpack

Important Information

  • All Hire motorcycles are current model Suzuki DRZ400cc with specific modifications
  • There is a $1,000.00 Bond to be paid per hire bike.
  • The Deposit will be refunded upon safe return of the bike, costs for damage or repairs will be deducted from the bond. Insurance is minimal on the bikes; we recommend participants source personal insurance.
  • Riders are responsible for their accident insurance so that if the worst happens, you are covered. If you are not in the Ambulance service, we suggest you do so.
  • All Riders are required to fill out and sign an indemnity form before the start of the tour.
  • All Riders must have a current motorcycle riders licence (Australian or International) All riding gear supplied.
  • If you prefer to bring your own, you’ll need, at a bare minimum: good helmet pants – gloves – knee and elbow guards – goggles – boots. We also recommend Body armour Kidney belt Hydration pack with a 3-litre capacity

Please contact us regarding availability before booking

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